Lighting up the historic downtown district of Grenada, Mississippi with Short Films, Music, Art, Workshops & Food. Hanging out at Afterglow Film Festival you hang out with some of Mississippi's most creative minds. If you're wondering why this is an "Afterglow" film fest, it's because they have a spotlight category for "Feel-Good" films and films that "Inspire Positive Change".http://www.grenadaafterglow.com
"A few years ago, my animated music video Warm Rush was screened at the Grenada Afterglow Film Festival in Mississippi. What I soon discovered was that the festival founders, Katrina and Isabella Kinder, were sisters aged 17 and 14 (now 19 and 16). I was in shock and awe!"...
Credit to: Kira Bursky, The big little filmmakerhttp://biglittlefilmmaker.com/filmworld/an-interview-with-young-film-festival-producers-katrina-and-isabella-kinder-and-austin-fickman/
Katrina and Isabella Kinder with Max the Modern Machine and the Modern team, Anik Kurkjian & Julian Rankin.
Katrina and Isabella Kinder have made it their mission to find and share to hidden gems of their Grenada, Mississippi home. Their Grenada Afterglow Film Festival creates a platform to celebrate art in all its forms and expose their audiences to new and different ideas. They are part of a diverse group of citizens intent on revitalizing their hometown.
Isabella and Katrina Kinder
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